Esin Aydingoz is a media composer from Istanbul, Turkey. Esin graduated Summa Cum Laude from Berklee College of Music with a dual degree in Film Scoring and Contemporary Writing and Production - and a minor in Musical Theatre Writing. She composed for a wide array of projects including animations, silent films, documentaries, TV series, video games, and musicals.
Her shorts The Monster of the Desert (2020) and Noor (2021) have brought her several "Best Score" awards. She has written additional music for Bear McCreary on Apple TV's SEE (2021) and Anne-Kathrin Dern on Hallmark's One Summer (2021) & Presence of Love (2022). Other career highlights were Simchas and Sorrows, Amazon Prime Video’s The Prevalence (2020), Kino Lorber's Cinema's First Nasty Women series (2021), a branded documentary for US Bank (2021) and touring with the BSFO (2017), where she conducted her music live to picture.
Scoring work aside, Esin is also a professional pianist and music director. She arranged, produced, and recorded for various Disney albums and concerts as well as being the assistant music director for their a cappella sensation “DCappella”. Her chamber music and solo piano works have been performed in LA, Istanbul, Boston, Latvia and Taiwan.
As a voting member for The Recording Academy, the secretary for The Alliance for Women Film Composers, and a committee member for The Society of Composers and Lyricists, Esin truly strives to make the world a better place through arts.